There’s an urgent need for more staff and resources to run health care associated infection surveillance and prevention programmes ...
Working out could help ease feelings of stress and aggravation
The test identifies prostate cancer patients with aggressive forms of the disease, whose risk of dying is ten times higher ...
Numbers coming from the EU have ‘crashed’ by 96 per cent in nine months.
The medicine, sold under the trade name Invokana, slashed the risk of needing hospital treatment for heart failure by a third.
The World Health Organisation estimates that 92% of the world’s population live in areas where pollution exceeds safety guidelines
‘Undetectable viral load’ diagnosis blamed
Too much exercise can be too bad for the tummy
Technology could not replace contact with doctors writes Victoria Allen
Pretoria couple launched A Beautiful Mind non-profit organisation to assist other parents with the logistics of getting their ...
A daily egg reduced their chances of stunted growth
A study has revealed that a third of world's population is overweight writes Ben Spencer
Ten-year-old Ammarah Gordon has to have constant transfusions just to stay alive, writes Viwe Ndongeni
The condition doesn’t affect the whole body but results in redness followed by peeling of thick pieces of skin on the palms and soles.
The former Ethiopian Health Minister wants the organisation to work with governments to build their national capacity for ...
Studies have shown that patients who have "sham" surgery, but believe they have been operated on, can recover almost or completely as well.